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Aintree Shopping Park is one of Liverpool’s premier shopping destinations. Home to 14 retailers, including B&Q, M&S, Boots and a flagship Next store, plus restaurants including Nando’s, McDonald’s and a new concept Greggs café opening soon. The park benefits from 1,100 free car parking spaces and is serviced by several bus links. This well-connected shopping destination serves a local, affluent catchment and benefits from a range of purpose-driven shopper trips.
Anchored by M&S and Primark and with a variety of other strong retail brands including Next, Outfit, Superdrug and River Island, Banbury Gateway is one of the region’s premier shopping destinations. A good location, with easy access from Junction 11 of the M40, ensures it is an accessible and convenient choice, and is also within easy reach of the affluent surrounding towns and villages. Since opening in 2015, the park has a footfall of over 4 million visitors per year.
Perfectly located beside Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet and adjacent to Coliseum Leisure Park, the park benefits from strong footfall and large volumes of loyal and local shoppers. Other attractions include Blue Planet Aquarium and David Lloyd Leisure Club. The appeal of this combined shopping, dining and leisure hub means the park draws shoppers from far beyond the core catchment. Coliseum Shopping Park consists of 19 retail units, anchored by Next, Boots and Debenhams, whilst also offering 4 food and beverage units.
The highly accessible Crown Point Shopping Park is prominently located on the southern edge of Leeds city centre. It is home to major national retailers including TK Maxx, M&S, Next, Currys PC World, Mothercare and New Look.
This thriving shopping destination is continuously evolving, expanding to meet customer demand to join the impressive retail line-up at the park. Currently featuring 26 units including Boots, M&S and Primark, a multimillion pound investment will see 29 new units open in 2020 including 16 new F&B units and 13 new retail stores anchored by Next. Just three miles from Leicester city centre and with easy access, thanks to its close proximity to the M1 motorway and 2,000 parking spaces, this convenient destination continues to attract both loyal and new shoppers to the area.
With a variety of strong retailers, including Boots and Next, the park also benefits from a nearby 95,000 sq ft Sainsbury’s supermarket and strong passing trade. The park has been fully refurbished and, alongside well-established brands like Hobbycraft and Sports Direct, boasts other popular brands, including Food Warehouse, Outfit, Tapi Carpets, Sofology and Dreams.
MK1 Shopping & Leisure Park, next to Stadium MK, home of Milton Keynes Dons Football Club, forms part of a major regional retail and leisure destination with an IKEA superstore and Asda nearby. The park’s anchor retailers are M&S, Next, Primark and H&M, while the leisure park is home to an ODEON IMAX cinema and restaurants, including Nando’s, TGI Fridays and Pizza Express.
Welcoming over 3.3 million visitors a year, Ocean Retail Park is well-located just outside Portsmouth city centre. Retailers include major household names, such as Lidl, B&M, Smyths, M&S Foodhall, Boots, Halfords, Currys PC World, TK Maxx and Tapi Carpets. It also boasts a range of popular food and drink occupiers, including Subway, McDonald’s and Costa. Easily accessible from the M27, Ocean Retail Park, services a significant local catchment.
Queensgate Centre is one of Essex’s leading retail and leisure parks, boasting a catchment with non-food spending power of £1.7 billion a year. The centre comprises 18 retail units including Currys PC World, HomeSense, Hobbycraft, Next Home and a popular Cineworld cinema, all complemented by Chiquito, Pizza Hut, Costa and Subway.
Home to 21 retailers including Boots, Currys PC World, H&M, JD Sports, New Look, Next, Outfit, River Island and Wren Kitchens, and anchored by M&S, retail conversion rates are 3% higher than the rest of the UK. With easy access to Newcastle city centre and ample parking, the park also benefits from leisure visitors to the nearby ODEON cinema and restaurants.